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'The X-Files' writers room reportedly has hired only men. How does this still happen?

TV shows next season have remarkably low levels of female talent.

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Remember Rufio in ‘Hook’? The actor is trying to keep his cult character’s legacy alive.

Dante Basco produced a new film about the role that made him semi-famous.

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Trump’s bogus Time cover — the fake news that launched an army of memes

See President Trump as a chicken. And a puppet. And a Russian bride.

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What the latest James O’Keefe video intentionally leaves out

For starters, the CNN producer caught criticizing a Trump story has nothing to do with politics coverage.

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Shopping Cart: Urban Trend’s Fruzen Ice Cream Scoop

The spoon’s shape make it easier to scoop up frozen desserts.

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Beach bummers

Don’t let these creatures wreck your day in the sun.

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A seal didn't hug a beluga whale, but we all wanted to believe

An inter-special hug inspired thousands of people to thoughts of love, racial harmony and sexual liberation. But that seal and whale don't even share the same hemisphere.

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How this architect updated a ‘mid-century jewel’ while upholding its history

Architect Dwight McNeill on renovating the Muellers’ 1950s house.

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Paddington Bear creator, Michael Bond, dies at age 91

His famous character starred in more than 20 books, several TV series and a movie.

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'Pretty Little Liars' reveals the identity of A.D. in a twist-filled series finale

Add PLL to the list of controversial series finales.

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'I don't like bullies’: Reporter explains why he confronted Sarah Huckabee Sanders

"Six months of being bulled by this administration … and I'd had enough.”

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How could I officiate a wedding when I've never been married?

I felt clueless about love.

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One politician's solution to the overdose problem: Let addicts die

Middleton, Ohio, has spent a tenth of its tax revenue responding to opioid overdoses.

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Jason Chaffetz won't need a housing stipend after new Fox News gig

The Utah Republican had announced that he was resigning from Congress to pursue other opportunities.

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These pizza-making robots can have a hot pie at your door in 4 minutes

The California company can make and deliver 372 pizzas an hour.

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New ‘Hamilton Mixtape’ Music Video Takes Aim at Immigration

A new music video for a song off the “Hamilton Mixtape” soundtrack takes direct aim at President Trump’s immigration rhetoric.

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Kurt Cobain, a New Player in the Art-Fair World

A Hollywood agency will bring two of Cobain’s paintings to his hometown for the Seattle Art Fair.

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Nobody Expects Michael Palin: A Comic Actor in a Dramatic Role

Mr. Palin, a founding member of the Monty Python comedy troupe, relishes his central role in the PBS mystery “Remember Me” as a manipulative older man.

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Student battling cancer gets help from teacher facing her own illness

When Sharon Gall-Dunn got wind that one of her students had cancer and needed a tutor, the second-grade teacher, who herself was on medical leave for cancer treatments, immediately volunteered to help.

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FDA aims to increase generic drug options

"No patient should be priced out of the medicines they need"

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Protecting yourself from surgical mistakes

Today, you can undergo many different medical procedures and surgeries out of necessity or even convenience.

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Calif. officials reveal how many took life-ending drugs under new law

The state data comes six months after a 2016 law made the option legal​ in the nation's most populous state

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Blind baseball player inspires others at the plate

A blind ballplayer hasn’t let his impairment keep him from taking the field, as he steps up to the plate and offers campers advice while swinging for ...

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Schimmel Center to Host a Two-Day Toast to the Bottom Line

The bandleader Paul Shaffer will host the festival, which is to include performances from many of the musicians whose careers were shaped there.

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LSU parents save unconscious fan's life at College World Series

The fathers of an LSU pitcher and the team’s strength coach are being credited with saving the life of an 87-year-old unconscious man at the College World Series on Monday.

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Anatomy of a Scene: Sofia Coppola Narrates a Scene From ‘The Beguiled’

The director discusses a sequence featuring Colin Farrell and Kirsten Dunst.

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New Works, and a Milestone, for American Ballet Theater’s Fall Season

The company’s 25th year under Kevin McKenzie will feature premieres by Alexei Ratmansky, Jessica Lang and Benjamin Millepied.

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